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Regulate privacy without stifling innovation, Daily Journal

Posted Mar 11, 2015

By Hsiao (Mark) C. Mao, Esq. and Victor Chen
(March 11, 2015)

Spurred by the flurry of high profile data breaches, the Obama administration recently renewed its efforts at passing cybersecurity legislation. The administration is working on several topics: breach notification, data security, national security, and regulation on “big data.”

But there is tension in the administration’s message. In a Feb. 13 interview with CNBC’s “Re/code,” President Barack Obama criticized European attacks on U.S.based companies such as Google as economic protectionism…

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